Lost Everything, Found a 1946 silver nickel error
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After two hour ice test 6 nickels still have a nice chunk of ice on them. Top left never had any. Ice melted off 1909 half barber and 1964 Kennedy as expected. Unexpected:  the lower right 1946 nickel with a green hue chewed through the ice like butter.

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That does look like a silver planchet. What's the weight? Does it sound different than the others if dropped on a wood surface? Are you able to take it anywhere that has an xrf scanner?

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